Central African Republic 2019

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.4
Strategic Objective 2
Respect Basic Rights

Objectives and indicators contributing to SO2

Respect Basic Rights

IndicatorUnitIn needTargetTargeted (%)Measure
IN1: # of households (disaggregated by gender of head of household) having been assisted in the rehabilitation of their temporary shelter, disaggregated by type of assistanceHouseholdsShow the disaggregated data for this data point10,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point3,00030.0%
 
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IN1: # of multisectoral assessments carried out in sub-prefectures with the most severe needsAssessments00N/A
 
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IN1: % of cases received that have been resolved in accordance with relevant international law and standardsCases00N/A
 
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IN1: Adoption of the accountability framework to the affected population by the HCT11100.0%
 
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IN1: # of information or awareness campaigns on social cohesionCampaigns2130143%
 
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IN1: % of people (disaggregated by gender and age group) cared for individually registeredPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point6,859Show the disaggregated data for this data point1001.5%
 
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IN1: % of HLP conflicts registered and solvedIncidents4040100.0%
 
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IN2: # of dashboards on humanitarian response produced by UNOCHA and shared with the humanitarian community44100.0%
 
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IN2: % of children (girls and boys) exiting armed forces and groups having have benefited from community social reintegration programsPercentage3060200%
 
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IN2: Adoption of the HCT protection strategy and action plan11100.0%
 
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IN2: # of mechanisms to support conflict management at the community level that are revitalized and equitably integrated for both men and womenMechanisms3680222%
 
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IN2: # of victims of incidents having benefited from multisectoral careVictims00N/A
 
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IN2: % of people in care with individual protection documentsPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point6,859Show the disaggregated data for this data point1001.5%
 
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IN3: # of victims of incidents having benefited from multisectoral careVictims00N/A
 
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IN3: # humanitarian partners trained on prevention and response to GBV and cross-cutting protectionPartners1208066.7%
 
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IN3: Access for persons in care to refugee status determination procedures (disaggregated by gender and age group)PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point340Show the disaggregated data for this data point340100.0%
 
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IN3: # of conflict resolution processes and community safety plans supported by people trained in mediation0Show the disaggregated data for this data point100N/A
 
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IN3: The overview of humanitarian needs produced from the data of evident assessments22100.0%
 
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IN4: Number of public information products produced and publishedProducts0300N/A
 
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IN4: % of humanitarian fund projects that have integrated the gender markerPercentage100100100.0%
 
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IN4: % of clusters having an action plan on PTPercentage100100100.0%
 
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IN4: # (disaggregated by gender) of authorities trained and sensitizedPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point300Show the disaggregated data for this data point15050.0%
 
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IN4: # of mechanisms for managing conflicts related to HLPs and functional landMechanisms2000.0%
 
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IN5: % of funds allocated to low and medium risk partnersPercentage090N/A
 
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IN5: % of HLP conflicts registered and solvedShow the disaggregated data for this data point40Show the disaggregated data for this data point40100.0%
 
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IN5: % of partners from all clusters who participated in the collective feedback collection service and took corrective measures in the planning or implementation of programsPercentage050N/A
 
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IN6: % of GBV survivors (women, men, girls, boys) having received legal and judicial carePercentage030N/A
 
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IN6: # of unaccompanied minors (G/B) reunited with their biological familiesChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point4,352Show the disaggregated data for this data point4,352100.0%
 
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IN6: % of HF-funded organizations that have incorporated the PSEA into the code of conduct signed by staffPercentage100100100.0%
 
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IN7: # of children (G/B) exiting armed forces and groups having benefited from community social reintegration programsChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point5,550Show the disaggregated data for this data point5,550100.0%
 
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IN7: % of projects financed by the HF that integrate accountability to the affected populations and consultation of beneficiaries in all monitoring bodies100100100.0%
 
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IN7: # of complaint community mechanisms on functional SEAsMechanisms732838.4%
 
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IN8: # of children (G/B) who have received a birth certificateChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point150,000Show the disaggregated data for this data point150,000100.0%
 
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IN8: # of attacks on schools/ education system documented by the clusterIncidents00N/A
 
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IN9: # of attacks on the checked health system disaggregated by typeIncidents0200N/A
 
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IN9: # of girls and boys receiving psychosocial support through child-friendly spaces/children's clubsChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point356,180Show the disaggregated data for this data point145,00040.7%
 
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IN10: # of service providers trained in psychosocial management of GBV/SEA casesService ProvidersShow the disaggregated data for this data point108Show the disaggregated data for this data point108100.0%
 
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IN11: # of service providers trained on legal assistance for survivorsService Providers6060100.0%
 
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IN12: # of actors in the judicial chain trained in the handling of GBV/SEA-related complaints22512053.3%
 
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IN13: # of GBV survivors (women, men, girls, boys) having received care according to a multisectoral approachSurvivors11,30011,300100.0%
 
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IN14: # of rape survivors (women, men, girls, boys) having received medical careSurvivors5,6505,650100.0%
 
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IN15: # of SEA victims (women, men, girls, boys) having received assistance through a multisectoral approachVictims200200100.0%
 
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IN16: % GBV survivors (women, men, girls, boys) having received legal and judicial assistancePercentage503060.0%
 
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IN17: # (disaggregated by gender) of victims of protection incidents referred by the green lineVictims00N/A
 
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IN18: # of joint assessments conducted on protection needs and responses (Protection, GBV and CP)Assessments00N/A
 
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IN19: # of sub-prefectures for which quality GBV data are availableLocations00N/A
 
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IN20: # of support missions carried out for regional clustersMissions00N/A
 
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IN21: # of people dedicated to Protection/VBG/CP coordination and information management (IM reinforcement and coordination in the provinces)PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point10Show the disaggregated data for this data point10100.0%
 
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